The Indica dominant Goo Berry strain is another weed from California and combines the Hindu Kush and Blueberry strains. Hindu Kush is based on marijuana smoked since the dawn of history in the Western Himalayas while Blueberry is a Dutch creation from the 1970s which has taken prizes in the annual High Times Cannabis Cup.
You’ll smell berries and hash when you light up the Blueberry Goo strain and the flavour is quite fruity with a hint of Eastern spices. This is a potent weed and you’ll quickly experience a strong body stone that can lock you to the couch. Later, you’re likely to head for the fridge. Medical practitioners prescribe this strain for insomnia, poor appetite and muscular pain relief.
Goo Berry grows to about one metre tall with a bushy structure. The leaves are a dark green and the Blueberry genetics mean they sometimes take on a blue tint as the plants mature. The large buds are of a medium density and have a coating of sticky crystals. THC content can be as high as 20 percent.
Goo Berry’s Kush genetics make it quite hardy so outdoor gardeners can succeed with it in colder climates. Outdoor harvest comes in late September. Indoors, you can maximise yields by growing this strain with the SOG method in either hydro or soil mediums. Flowering is between seven and eight weeks and indoors harvest can be up to 1,000 grams per square metre.
It is the duty of any Goo Berry review to point this in the direction of connoisseurs of Indica strains, who grow this weed for its potent hit as well as its good yields. It’s straightforward to cultivate, so it will suit novice horticulturists.
Indoors or outdoors
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Up to 20%
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|Plant Type: |
Hindu Kush x Blueberry
Up to 1000 gm2
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